Ethic Tibetan children in Mongolia

Early August, 2010, 59 Tibetan children and youngsters from earthquake hit region of Yushu county of Qinghai (Kokonor in Mongolian) province of China came to Mongolia at the invitation of Prime Minister Batbold Sukhbaatar. Kokonor is a autonomous region of China largely populated by ethnic Tibetans. Traditionally, Kokonor area was populated by Khoshuud Mongolians (Хошууд Монголчууд) which was eventually assimilated into Tibetan culture.Nowadays pockets of ethnic Mongolians live in Kokonor area are known as Upper Mongolians. These children have very strong resemblance to Mongolians. This three Tibetan girls performed traditional Tibetan dance during welcoming ceremony held in Nairamdal international Childrens camp.



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Монгол улсын Ерөнхий сайд С.Батболдын урилгаар Хятад улсын Хөх нуурын Уишу дүүргийн төвд үндэстний 59 хүүхэд залуучууд 2010 оны 8-р сарын эхээр Монгол улсад амрахаар ирсэн билээ. Олон улсын хүүхдийн найрамдал лагерьт эдгээр хүүхдүүдийг хүлээн авах ёслолын үеэр энэ гурван төвд охин үндэснийхээ бүжгийг Монгол хүүхэд багачуудад сонирхуулсан билээ. Хөх нуур бол Хошууд монголчуудын эрт дээр үеэр нутаглаж ирсэн нутаг билээ. Одоог хүртэл Хөх нуурт Монголчууд дээд монголчууд нэрээр цөөн тоогоор оршин сууж байгаа хэдий ч Төвдийн ёс заншилд ихээхэн ууссан байдаг байна.

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